Although several videos of Mumbai’s torrential rains have gone viral, this video has taken all the spotlight on itself. And after watching the video, one of the netizens named it ‘River Rafting Light’.
According to the Meteorological Department, there has not been so much rain in the last 48 years in the commercial city. According to another report from the Meteorological Department, the average rainfall in Mumbai in August was in the first five days. In this situation, there is knee-deep water somewhere in the city of Mumbai.
And in that water, two young men made a raft of something like a mattress and floated on the highway. However, it is not a necessity. They are found deeply involved into the game with mere joy. They can be seen lying comfortably on the raft. Like rain, flood, corona doesn’t matter at all. The video has gone viral on social media. The video has already been watched by 83,000 netizens.
'Tu chill maar, tension na le'
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Incidentally, another viral video shows a woman standing for five hours in front of an open manhole on Tulsi Pipe Road in Matunga, West Mumbai. Like a traffic guard with a stick in her hand, she warned pedestrians, cyclists and cars. Needless to say, no one gave her that responsibility. No one gives the responsibility of serving the country to anyone, the duty towards the country belongs to all of us, this unidentified woman reminded us once again.
This video is from Tulsi Pipe Road in Matunga West, Mumbai. The lady seen in the video had been standing beside the open manhole for five hours to warn commuters driving on the road.
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